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Inspiring 18-year-old fights gun violence with clothing company Love One

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RuQuan Brown, 18, sits down with TODAY’s Morgan Radford to share the inspirational story behind his company Love One which is raising money to fight gun violence after his close friend and his stepfather were killed by guns.